It means there isn't actually such thing as a fucking break. You're now just another kind of busy, but hey, that's cool with you. You've got names to take and shit to do. Better get to work.
1.Getting serious work done for your side hustle. Whether you contribute to a few websites, are working on a startup with a few similarly ambitious pals, or doing some freelance work on the side, what is meant to be three weeks of freedom is not. It's actually just three weeks to seriously get some shit done. Whatever hustle you pushed to the side can now be your sole focus and there is no doubt that it will be.
2.Doing some work on personal projects. When you aren't working on a side hustle, you can get back to focusing on personal projects. Websites, art projects, whatever it is you do - now is your chance to do it. You now have time to focus on cleaning up and improving work you've already done as well as time to start promoting and spreading the word that you're working on something really fucking awesome.
3.Spending hours researching and applying to internships. Because for 365 days a year, all your mind actually is doing is figuring out how you can start breaking into your industry. You're consumed by making sure you take every opportunity to make connections and build experience. Summers aren't meant for relaxing at the beach, they are meant for working your ass off to get yourself where you want to be after college. To you, it was time to start looking for that internship yesterday, and now that you have time, you're going to start making moves.
4.Figuring what else you can do to build your resume. Your mind is a constant cycle of questions. What am I doing now? What else can I be doing? What clubs can I join? What internships are hiring? What new website can I write for? Your resume is your baby and you're determined to make that thing as impressive and unique as possible. There's always more to be done and new endeavors waiting.
5.Brainstorming potential startups. Because once again, there is always more to be done and new opportunities to take. You know that one of the best ways to be successful after college is to graduate with a startup, so it's time to get started. You're an entrepreneur at heart, and you are looking for that idea to grab by the horns and run with.